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It’s been five years since NASA launched the HabitRescue mission, which aims to bring back the habitability of spaceflight by finding habitable planets and using them as a starting point for habitation.
The mission, now in its seventh year, has been successful in a few places, including in Jupiter’s moon Europa and Earth’s moon.
But now NASA is moving forward with the Habits for Humanity and Exploration, or H2O2, mission, a long-term study of habitability in space.
NASA announced that it’s sending the spacecraft to Mars on April 4, 2020, and then in 2021, Habits will fly back to the Moon.
This year, H2Os orbit is scheduled to arrive in 2021.
NASA’s plans call for a team of six scientists, six crew members, and a rover on the surface of Mars in 2021 and 2021.
The rover will conduct scientific studies and perform other tasks.
The Habits team will also send two astronauts, one to the surface and one to Mars, to the Red Planet in 2021—a plan that NASA says is designed to “provide the necessary habitat and engineering capability to support human habitation.”
The goal is to have a human-built habitat in 2021 or 2022, and another in 2024 or 2025.
In 2021, the crew will be the only people on the planet in 2021 who will be allowed to stay in their own homes.
In 2022, the humans will be living in what’s called a habitation module, which is basically a container for food, water, and clothing.
Each module will have its own crew, which NASA says will be made up of “the two most experienced human explorers of our era.”
These astronauts will work in isolation in the module while a team led by the rover will be “managing, maintaining, and cleaning” the modules.
This team will provide “essential personnel and supplies for the crew” to survive in the Mars habitat, which will be about the size of a football field, NASA said.
In 2024, the rover and the astronauts will be traveling to Mars together, which the team will do as one unit.
The first stage of the mission, called “the Habits Rental” will include the rover, which astronauts will use to test the habitat on the Red Mars surface, and the habitation modules.
The second stage of that mission, “the Habit and Landing,” will see the crew return to Earth to do “habitation and exploration research.”
This final stage will be used to put the Habit into orbit, but the astronauts have already been able to use the modules to carry supplies to and from the Red Moon.
NASA is also planning a Mars-bound mission in 2021 to investigate whether humans could survive in Mars’s atmosphere.
That’s not yet in the plans, but NASA is already considering the idea.
So far, NASA has conducted two missions, both of which are designed to send humans to Mars: a mission called “Habit 2.0” that is currently slated for 2021, and an asteroid-mining mission called Curiosity, which landed on Mars in 2020.
It has since been canceled due to budget constraints.
The other mission, Curiosity, was supposed to land on Mars with its lander in 2020 but was delayed by the failure of its solar panels.
But this year, NASA announced it would use Curiosity to test whether humans can survive in a Martian atmosphere.
This mission is still being planned, but will be a Mars landing mission.